9781616287993

Exploring the Science of Light 40+ Eye-Opening Investigations

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  • ISBN13:

    9781616287993

  • ISBN10:

    1616287993

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1/6/2015
  • Publisher: Weldon Owen

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Summary

Ever look at the sky and wonder what makes it so blue? Or watch shadows shrink and grow as the day goes on? Find out the answers to these questions (plus 38 more!) with a book that explores color and light.

Shine a Light on Light Itself!

From mesmerizing colored shadows to groovy glow-stick dissections, from totally cool laser play to DIY kaleidoscopic reflections, Exploring the Science of Light is a kid-friendly, hands-on discovery guide for investigating light, color, and optics.

Brought to you by the world’s most beloved and fun-filled laboratory of all, the Exploratorium in San Francisco.

Author Biography

Internationally acclaimed as the first hands-on science museum of its kind, the Exploratorium is home to more than 475 interactive exhibits, all of which create an otherworldly and awe-inspiring experience of everyday physical forces. More than half a million people visit the museum annually, and several hundred thousand more interact with exhibits sent abroad. The Exploratorium was awarded National Science Board 2011 Public Service Science Award for its continued good works in heightening awareness of the intersection of art and science, and it has trained more than 6,000 teachers in learning through hands-on interaction.

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